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Tour of Dr Ashley Deans inspires expansion of Consciousness-Based Education in Canada
by Global Good News staff writer
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13 December 2008
Raja Paul Potter, Raja of Invincible Canada for the Global Country of World Peace, recently reported that in early December, Dr Ashley Deans, Ambassador of the Global Country of World Peace for Consciousness-Based Education, completed his world tour with presentations on Consciousness-Based Education to school principals and teachers all across Canada—including Edmonton, Vancouver, Winnipeg, and Montreal.
Speaking on the Maharishi Global Family Chat, Raja Potter said that Dr Deans' presentations were received with great enthusiasm and inspired at least three more schools in the nation to offer the Transcendental Meditation Technique to their students.
After hearing Dr Deans speak, officials at one school said they wanted to implement Consciousness-Based Education in their school immediately. Another of the schools has a large enough student body to create invincibility for all of North America if the programme expands to include the practice of Yogic Flying, Raja Potter said.
During his stay in Canada, Dr Deans also led a three-day Consciousness-Based Education Leaders Course in Vancouver. The course was attended by 13 people who now have increased knowledge and inspiration to expand Consciousness-Based Education programmes throughout the nation.
Four other schools in Canada are already offering Consciousness-Based Education, Raja Potter said, and they are all doing well. One of these four—a Consciousness-Based Education school for 20 years—has more than doubled the number of students attending since last year, and it is expanding to include more grades as well.
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